2020 four-star wide receiver Kris Abrams-Draine, who released his top 10 schools in late January, released his list of top seven schools on Monday and the Tennessee Vols made the cut.

Tennessee, along with Florida, Florida State, Georgia Tech, Oregon and West Virginia are in Abrams-Draine’s top seven.

The Alabama native, who decommitted from LSU in early April, is rated in 247Sports’ composite rankings as the No. 12 player in the state of Alabama and the No. 45 wide receiver in the nation.

Abrams-Draine, 6-foot/167 lbs, has visited Tennessee twice since March. He recently told 247Sports “I want to get back (to UT) for a big game”. The talented wide receiver also mentioned that Tennessee is one of the schools recruiting him the hardest.

The door is certainly open for the Vols to land Abrams-Draine. While they still face some stiff competition for the four-star recruit, it’s clear that UT has made an impression on him.

Tennessee needs to add some offensive weapons in this recruiting class — especially with Marquez Callaway and Jauan Jennings entering their final seasons at UT. Abrams-Draine is the type of playmaker that could help take the Vols’ offense to the next level.

UT currently has six commits to their 2020 recruiting class.

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